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Ministry of Environment and Forestry Kenya 16m
CS Keriako Tobiko ~ Environment, climate change and biodiversity at the center of the Long Term Covid 19 Recovery Plan
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Ministry of Environment and Forestry Kenya 4h
Did you know! World Environment Day is the United Nations day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action to protect our environment. It is celebrated annually on 5th June. This year's theme is Biodiversity for Sustainable Livelihoods and the slogan is
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Ministry of Environment and Forestry Kenya 20h
In celebration of World Environment Day, the United Nations is sharing "ONE Life," a new song and music video highlighting the severity of climate change
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Ministry of Environment and Forestry Kenya May 31
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Ministry of Environment and Forestry Kenya May 31
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Ministry of Environment and Forestry Kenya May 31
Replying to @Power_piety @MOH_Kenya
No we are not social distance will be adhered to as well as all the recommendations by .... We urge all Kenyans to plant trees in their homes/farms
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Ministry of Environment and Forestry Kenya May 31
Join us as we celebrate 2020 the National celebrations will be held in under the theme Biodiversity for Sustainable Livelihoods
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Michael Kamau May 31
CS Keriako Tobiko inspects rehabilitation works at Michuki Forest Park. Despite legal challenges from people claiming ownership of land, paving, fencing & greening of the park is almost complete
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Ministry of Environment and Forestry Kenya May 30
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Ministry of Environment and Forestry Kenya May 30
Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko will host a webinar on biodiversity and livelihoods to celebrate click here to register
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Ministry of Environment and Forestry Kenya May 29
in collaboration with the Kenya Defence Forces carried out a tree planting exercise at the Ng'ong Meteorological Station, Kibiku.
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Ministry of Environment and Forestry Kenya May 29
Replying to @Environment_Ke
Some of the benefits are improved visual appearance of buildings and spaces, ameliorative effects, clean air, carbon sequestration, air and noise pollution control in addition to mitigating against climate change in cities
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Ministry of Environment and Forestry Kenya May 29
The green urban spaces serve as ecological functional units for enhancing biodiversity and generating important ecosystem services to the ever-shrinking City spaces and therefore need sustainable management practices including protection
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Ministry of Environment and Forestry Kenya May 29
The Guest of Honour ,CAS Ministry of Sports, Culture and Heritage - Hon. Hassan Noor Hassan, was joined by Director Dr. Joshua Cheboiwo, KMD Director -Ms. Stella Aura, Deputy Chief Conservator of Forests -Patrick Kariuki among others.
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Ministry of Environment and Forestry Kenya May 29
The tree planting exercise led by the Kenya Meteorological Department in collaboration with the KDF and SAGAS covered a total area of 5 acres.
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Ministry of Environment and Forestry Kenya May 29
CAS Hon. Mohammed Elmi today participated in a tree planting exercise at Ngong Meteorological Station, Kibiku. 5,000 indigenous tree seedlings were planted, with 1,000 being fruit trees.
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Ministry of Environment and Forestry Kenya May 28
Replying to @Environment_Ke
The main ecosystem services supported by the Nairobi River water catchment include; provision of water for domestic & industrial uses, urban and peri-urban farming, recreation, tourism, forest products & cultural activities
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Ministry of Environment and Forestry Kenya May 28
According to the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS, 2019) Nairobi city has a population of about 9.3 million people. The residents depend on the Nairobi river basin in provision of essential ecosystem services.
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Ministry of Environment and Forestry Kenya May 28
Globally 55% of the world’s population lives in urban areas & is expected to increase in future like other socio-ecological systems urban areas depend on ecosystems services provided by rivers, urban forests, lakes & ponds to sustain life
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